Astronomy of the Satellites of the Earth, Jupiter and Saturn: Grounded Upon Sir Isaac Newton's Theory of the Earth's Satellite ... Also New Tables of the Motions of the Satellites of Jupiter and Saturn ... by which Their Places and Position ... May be Exactly Determined at Any Given Time. Adapted to the Meridian of London. To which is Added a Problem to Find the Latitude of the Place by the Altitude of the Sun, Moon, Or Star, Upon Any Azimuth ...
J. Wilcox, 1729 - 96 pages
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